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Why Public Access at Fort Sheridan Forest Preserve is Important

The most significant aspect of the Fort Sheridan Forest Preserve Concept Plans being advanced by the Lake County Forest Preserve District (LCFPD) is the provision for parking. 888 more words

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Behind the Scenes: Art Installation

It’s April 1st! That means (no fooling) my exhibit opens today. Be sure to check it out at Sugar Creek Preserve in Joliet.

Here is a behind-the-scenes look 78 more words

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Highland Park / Highwood Favor Existing Public Access – County Conceals Opposition

“Upon review, both Highland Park and Highwood are strongly opposed to having access and parking closed and/or significantly restricted.”

As a result of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request made to the Lake County Forest Preserve, we have… 269 more words

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The Fort Sheridan Preserve Hypocrisy

Take a step back from the current controversy and observe the hypocrisy of the Forest Board regarding the Fort Sheridan Forest Preserve.

The picture at right is the plan originally proposed by the Lake County Forest Preserve for a 100 car parking lot and clubhouse on the bluff. 686 more words

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Fort Sheridan Master Plan Concepts - The Video

One thing I’ve learned about truth is that there are many versions of it. Each person interprets the world through his or her own lens. And that is their truth. 278 more words

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Fort Sheridan Preserve Master Plan Open House April 8

The Fort Sheridan Forest Preserve Master Plan Open House will be held on Wednesday, April 8, 2015, from 5-7 PM at the Midwest Young Artist Center within the Town of Fort Sheridan Subdivision. 130 more words

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County Pushes to Make Fort Sheridan Preserve Inaccessible

Reduced parking, inconvenient public access and a look-the-other-way attitude toward people with mobility problems are the cornerstones of the proposed Fort Sheridan Master Plan being entertained by the Planning and Restoration committee of the Lake County Forest Preserves. 626 more words

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